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McLane has about 1.5 miles of hiking trails, through second-growth forest, wetlands around a beaver pond, and along McLane Creek. It is endlessly diverse, if you keep going back. In November hundreds of chum come up to spawn and die. In January endless rains help...More
Always a welcomed escape into a miniature landscape with ponds and well maintained footpaths and plenty of trailside benches for nature watching. One word of caution however; the broken window glass often found in the parking lot is proof enough that some local hoodlums are...More
We took our three dogs on this trail on a cool August day. We all enjoyed the trail which was clean, safe and well-maintained. We walked the short loop; I wish we hiked the full loop up to the creek. I'm sure we'll be back...More
An acquaintance suggested Mclane Creek Nature Trail to us as an easy (approx.) one mile walk through the best that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. We were smitten! Always looking for accessible nature trails, this one is simply lovely! A beaver dam, and plenty...More
This location is a perfect place to take a walk in the woods with your dog (on a leash and with a poop bag). No matter what timne of year your go, there are always ducks or birds to watch on the pathway around the...More
There are trails all over, mostly wooded, so on a wet day you can hide under canopies of trees. There are beaver dams to walk around, a stream where you may see steelhead, and lots of wildlife. We take our dog walking up here. Limited...More